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Hohenstein Renowned and sought after!
Born: 1991 Colour: Rappe Breeding Ass.: Trakehner Height: 16.2 ½ hands Licensed for: Trakehner, Hanover, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Westphalia, Saxony-Anhalt, Sweden, France, Switzerland. Breeder: Harry Bartsch, Göttingen Insemination fee: frozen semen 750 Euros per dose
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In 2012, the Trakehner Champion Mare is by Le Rouge out of a Hohenstein mare.
In 2010, Hohenstein as dam sire of champion stallion Imhotep (sold for 300,000 Euros) impressively confirmed his dominance in breeding.
In 2009, Hohenstein's son Insterburg TSF won with his rider Carola Koppelmann the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Freestyle at the indoor tournament in Hanover.
In 2008, he was dam sire of winning Trakehner stallion Iskander. Thea-Felicitas Müller won with Hohenstein’s son Highway the Team Gold Medal at the European Championships of Young Riders in Portugal.
In 2007, Hohenstein provided two premium stallions at the licensing in Neumünster. His son Hohenstaufen became European and German Champion of the Young Riders with Kristin Schütte.
In 2006, three premium stallions of the Trakehner licensing carried the blood of Hohenstein.
In 2005, Hohenstein’s son Insterburg was placed third at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden.
In 2002, Hohenstein was stallion of the year and his son His Highness became champion of the licensing in Verden.
In 1999, Hohenstein was proclaimed elite stallion.
In 1998, Hohenstein started winning dressage competitions at S level.
In 1997, Hohenstein’s first year of foals included champion stallion Münchhausen, sold for 350,000 DM.
In 1995, Hohenstein was champion of the Trakehner breed and was ranked third in the German Young Horses Championships.
In 1994, he finished his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf as vice champion with a total score of 134,05 points. He became rideability champion with 148,29 points.
In 1993, highlighted as premium stallion, Hohenstein started his brilliant career as top stallion.